The Black Echo - Part 2, Pages 113-144 Summary & Analysis

Michael Connelly
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Part 2, Pages 113-144 Summary

Bosch returns to the station and is interviewed by IAD who announce that Bosch and Edgar are off the case and order them to tell anything and everything. Bosch says that the FBI has verified his Mexico alibi and cleared him and claims new evidence has panicked the FBI into making the call. The FBI has taken over the murder case, folding it into the bank case.

Bosch checks the data on gang members and juvenile offenders and "S-H-A" hits 343 times in the moniker file, but narrows to 19 when blacks and Latinos are excluded. Bosch concentrates on variants of "shark," and comes up with "Sharkey," the street name of 17-year-old Edward Niese, a graffiti artist with no known gang affiliations. Three months earlier, he had been found sleeping in that pipe. Feeling sorry for Sharkey and sure that the...

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